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The midterms could set a new record for female governors — and send fewer women to Congress
Oct. 26, 2022
Meredith Conroy, CSUSB associate professor of political science, cowrote an article with FiveThirtyEight staff writer Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux on the upcoming midterm elections, which could set a new record for female governors – there are 12 female gubernatorial candidates who have at least a 50-in-100 chance of winning in FiveThirtyEight’s Deluxe forecast – but it’s quite possible that the number of women in Congress will decline.
The Dr. Megan Carroll, professor of sociology at CSU San Bernardino. Carroll is a pioneer in the field of asexuality research. To learn more about her findings and ongoing projects, watch the full interview on the Rainbow Pride Youth Alliance Facebook page. spoke with
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